Redway's account of the battle of Fredericksburg in December 1862 is a thorough historical study of the military strategies and tactics of the Union and Confederate armies during the American Civil War. This book provides context and analysis of the battle that serves as a warning against overconfidence and the underestimation of the enemy in war.
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